Skip to main content

About your Search

20140106
20140114
SHOW
News 41
( more )
STATION
ALJAZAM 48
KCSM (PBS) 24
CNNW 11
CSPAN 11
LINKTV 9
KGO (ABC) 8
KNTV (NBC) 8
CSPAN2 6
MSNBCW 5
KPIX (CBS) 4
KQED (PBS) 4
KTVU (FOX) 4
FBC 2
WJLA (ABC) 2
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 163
French 2
Korean 1
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 171 (some duplicates have been removed)
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 3:59pm PST
for which he never recovered. we report from jerusalem. >> with prayers and tributes, israel and its friends said a final farewell, eight years to the month. he said he would go down in history as one of israel's greatest military leaders. to sons and grandchildren, joe biden said in his passing also felt like a death in the family to many americans even though he .ad profound differences better, hestand him also lived in complex times. a very complex neighborhood. >> it was taken away to the family farm in israel. was controversial in death and in life. it made him a desirable prime minister. >> he earned a house in the city of jerusalem. have armedlers security guards. believesnt palestinian in nonviolent resistance. he said israel he should move on from the legacy. >> what israel needs is a different kind of political generation. april that understand that they themselves will not be free as israel ease unless palestinians are free. >> as a soldier, he ignored orders. they think he should have been put on trial as a war criminal. but he goes to his grave mourned by israelis that felt safe
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 6:00pm EST
procession. not buried in jerusalem, but on his ranch. sharon loved this land, israel's largest private farm his burial site is next to his wife's, soldiers who fought for him, brothers w.h.o. voted for him. and his decision to withdraw settlements from the gaza strip. >> suddenlily he decided to disengage, it made no sense. >> police and the army deployed a security blimp and early warning sirens. >> the full security umbrella that has taken place that includes both 800 police officers, border police and undercover agents that are working on a security level. >> the funeral wasn't interrupted. his sons read the hebrew prayer for dead. palestinians called a war criminal and defined the israel state. nick shifrin in the negev desert. >> responding to a tweet calling for the release of al jazeera staff, mccain tweeted, totally agree. producers mohamed fahmy, behar mohamed, and peter greste, the other two are from our sister channels have been detained for five months now. >>> the execution of a death row prisoner will go as determined. >> the federal court has refused to stop an execution of a
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2014 3:00pm PST
east international envoy tony blair and the russian and german foreign ministers. in jerusalem, vice president joe biden remembered sharon as a controversial but bold military leader and statesman. 10,000 israelis to leave their homes in gaza and order, from his perspective, to strengthen israel, i can't think of a much more controversial as , itudent of the jewish state can't think of a much more difficult and controversial decision to make. but he believed it and he did it. the security of his people was always [indiscernible] commitment to the years of jews for the 30 or 300 years from now. >> that was vice president joe biden speaking during ariel sharon's memorial. thousands of israelis came to pay their respects as his coffin lay in state outside the parliament building in jerusalem. ministers held a minute's silence at sunday's cabinet meeting to remember their former leader. this is israeli prime minister intima netanyahu. roles all of his latest as minister of defense, as minister of housing, minister of infrastructure, minister of foreign affairs, he has contributed to the
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2014 2:30pm PST
, and dignitaries from i am the world gathered in jerusalem for a state funeral service -- from around the world gathered in jerusalem for a state funeral service. highlightedanyahu the service of a veteran of most of israel's wars. >> ariel sharon was one of the greatest military commanders that the jewish people and the israeli designs -- defense forces have ever heard. he is part of the generation of founding fathers. ariel sharon had a central role in building this heritage of might and bravery. president joe biden represented the united states. he described sharon's and israel's journeys as inseparable. >> we will never know what the ultimate arc of his life would have been. he left us too soon. but the work of trying to reach piece continues. >> middle east peace envoy -- a middle east peace envoy spoke of a man who was a consummate pragmatist. >> the state from which the age of 14 he fought to bring into being had to be protected for .uture generations when that meant fighting, he fought. , he that meant making peace sought peace. >> reviled by palestinians for failing to stop the massacr
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm PST
foreign minister lavrov today. >> while they were in jerusalem for the funeral. biden was there not not kerry. biden represented the united states. >>> cnn is on the ground in iraq right now with renewed fears of an all-out civil war two years after the u.s. troops pulled out, is iraq now falling apart? >>> michael holmes is joining us from baghdad right now. i know you were there in 2011 when u.s. troops left iraq. you say the situation right now is a whole lot worse than it was then. what are you seeing? >> reporter: it is, wolf, from the moment we came in from the airport down the old route irish as the military used to call it, the number of checkpoints and just sheer security presence is more than it was back in 2011. not as much. i've been coming here since the war began. and, of course, in 2006, '07 and the like it was more than it was today, but it was certainly a great deal more tense, if you like, than it was when the americans left, no doubt about it. you've seen that unfold in the bombings that have gone on. even today four in the space of three hours just
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 5:00pm EST
sharon. he was honored earlier today in jerusalem with a state ceremony. >>> lawyers for alex rodriguez are heading to court to overturn his season-long suspension. >>> biojen cyst tony bosch has refuted his innocence. the pilots of a southwest airlines plane that landed at the wrong missouri airport have been grounded. their plane took off a little while ago bound for tulsa. the original plane was supposed to touchdown in branson but landed at a runway half a length necessary. inside story is next on al jazeera america. >> the plain language of the constitution seems pretty clear. it's the wrestling match between the president and a divided senate is a little muddy. the supreme court is the referee on this "inside story." >> hello, i'm ray suarez. you can find it right there in the institution, which is the handbook for running the country, article 2, section 2, the president shall have power to fill vacancy that is accept during the breaking of the senate. what did those framers mean? at a time of horsepower transportation that the president could fill a job without waiting for everyo
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm PST
around the world came to jerusalem to attend the funeral. together with his two sons, they paid their respects to a man who will be remembered as an unyielding defender of his nation. the israeli president said that ariel sure on carried the country. described as one of israel's greatest warriors. u.s. vice president, joe biden, spoke on behalf of israel's closest ally, honoring him as an exceptional person. >> like all historic leaders, like all real leaders, he had a northstar that guided him. his northstar was the survival of the state of israel and the jewish people. >> his career as a political leader rested on the achievements of his career as a soldier. brought to a military memorial site, where he was wounded in the 1948 war of independence. in a brief ceremony the defense forces saluted him for the last time. he was then taken for burial at his farm in the desert. eight generals carry him to his final resting place as a cantor intoned it traditional fare for the dead. it is israel's fine meal -- final farewell to him. >> the u.s. and russia are calling for a cease-fire
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm EST
leader passed away at age 85. he was honored in jerusalem during a state symphony. >>> allowing you to buy twitter followers or facebook friends, for a few dollars. it sounds odd but according to social network being, it may make sense. stacy tisdale has the story. >> like many middle class entrepreneurs starting a business was a financial challenge to say the least. >> you have to boot strap and you spend absolutely no money. you ration your ramen noodles this is how you live. >> with few resources to attract new customers, heddy turned to a company called fiveer. one of dozens of websites that sell bot, computer generated fake users. a thousand twitter bots cost $18 on average. the practice is gaining in popularity, helps businesses and people create the illusion that their opinions are valuable. >> those fake followers might help you attract real followers and real customers. >> by some estimates the market for fake social are media followers has skyrocketed 52 a more than $300 million industry. social media customers are not taking this lightly. facebook estimated as many as 12
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 11:00am PST
in state outside parliament in jerusalem is brady's who wanted his leadership were evacuated from their wounds in gaza in two thousand and five said they preferred to remember the positive sides of the warrior statesman and reshape the middle east about the amount of time in my opinion is tiring. sharon is unless the day just like to thank the ttp evacuation he also was sensitive and have a client halt the people's sorrow and pain and in my opinion and i hope others would agree he would have taken care of all the appropriate to people he wouldn't neglect us in all the state of israel. toll tunnel. not good enough to fall. the device is to give it a nice trail to run left his mark on the region north east through his shock decision to pull all its free the treats and set the house of the gaza strip. the focal remember the audience are on the feast of these postings of communities on our own is the same team for the event the men's triple the country and i prefer not to remember billy oh so normal that the ceos are administered the video song but made the costs of such that it was t
NBC
Jan 13, 2014 11:00am PST
at a state memorial ceremony in jerusalem. among the speakers there, vice president joe biden. he describes him as a complex man. in his eulogy, biden also confirmed the united states' unflagging support of israel. >>> today marks the second anniversary of the costa concordia ship wreck and the cruise ship still sits stranded off the coast of italy. 32 people died when it capsized. it was set up right in september of last year but officials have not been able to remove the wreckage to this point. >> can you imagine those people have been look at that for such a long time. >>> coming up next, the surprise you do not want to miss. >>> almost a year after serving in the middle east, a louisiana soldier gave his 5-year-old son a belated christmas gift that was well worth the wait. >> the boy went to the mall yesterday thinking he was going to get something to eat. the folks at chick-fil-a helped with the surprise. as you can see, he is home. >> that will make you cry. >> that was a good one. >> thank you so much for joining us. our next newscast is at 5:00. >> take care. [chris]still smoking up
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm EST
in jerusalem. we heard remarks from vice president joe biden on mr. sharon's personality and work for his country. close with aork country like israel, a country that is tested as much as israel, loses a man like prime minister sharon, it does not leader.e the loss of a it feels like a death in the family. many of my fellow americans, some of whom are here, feel that same sense of loss. i say to prime minister sharon's , anded and devoted son's the entire family, particularly the sons who spent so much time caring after their father the last few years. it is a great honor to bring the sympathies of the president and the american people to you on this occasion. netanyahu, toter president peres, the grieving men and women of the nation of israel, but most particular to an fellow warriors -- i fear attempt to capture him and what he stood for is beyond my capabilities. i knew him for over 30 years. man.s not only a powerful he was a powerfully built man -- as a young senators, young senator, when you first met him, you could not help but understand as they say in the military -- this man had
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2014 1:00pm EST
minister earlier today. vice president joe biden was among the dignitaries in jerusalem. in a eulogy, he said it felt like a passing in the family. he was 85 years old. health officials are announcing a gradual lifting of a ban rejecting people from using their tap water. this thanks to a debacle chemical dangerous chemical ban. it will be lifted in a strict and methodical manner. a commercial airplane lands at the wrong airport. the southwest airlines flight was supposed to land at missouri branson airport. instead it's touched down at an airport 7 miles away with a runway half the size. the boeing 737 had 124 passengers on board. those are your headlines, now back to dennis and glory. dennis: thank you the dow, s&p and nasdaq hitting session lows. the doubt now down in trouble digits off of 104. i guess the traders are worried even more. lori: friday's job report hangover today, perhaps. this stock alert for you as well. watching intercepts pharmaccutical. today a different story, the stock tumbling after posting gains of 500% last week. get in and get out and run. releasing more infor
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 11:00am EST
farm. he loved this farm, stephanie, and the israeli state asked for him to be buried in jerusalem where former prime ministers are buried. they said no, he wants to be buried here next to his wife. >> that farm is eight miles from the gaza strip. one of his legacies has been disengaging from gad disa. how did that effect his legacy. >> i think that pointed to some of the things that he evolved from someone who was very strong military to someone of peace. in fact, he said it wasn't about peace but simply about security for israel, but nonetheless there are hints right before he had that stroke that incapacitated him that he was going to take the same steps in the west bank. the security issues from gaza remain. we talked to security officials who said that two rockets with were fired from gaza and landed miles were where we are. there is an anti-missile system called the iron dome, was not used because the rockets landed in fields but it is a reminder of what kind of security arrangements are still engaged. >> truly a symbolic resting place for sharon. >>> just nine days to the su
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 10:00am EST
in a coma. tom ackerman reports from jerusalem. >> reporter: the crowds came to view sharon's casket were not impressive for "n" size, 25,000, but the figures including foreign ministers and prime minister tony prayer. he said that negotiations with sharon was often difficult but grounded in one objective. >> he did not pursue peace as a dreamer, but did he dream of peace and to end the war. >> reporter: u.s. vice president joe biden said sharon had always been vigilant in protecting the jewish people but was open to compromise for israel's neighbors. >> we'll never know what the element arc of sharon's life had been had he physically be able to pursue his stated goal, but we do know this as prime minister he surprised men. >> reporter: prime minister benjamin netanyahu and ally who turned adversary took a moment to restate its agenda. >> we'll act in every way possible to prevent iran of acquiring nuclear weapons. >> reporter: recollection of sharon's human side by comrades in arms. one of them described how the then commando officer rescued him from the certain near death in the battlef
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
're getting an education. thanks to an initiative of the hebrew university of jerusalem and israel railways train passengers are treated to a lecture but some of the universe is but i didn't have . he says. joe interested in what was coming in so little. we don't work just as fun. with that the trade the series develops its leader but at the university set themselves up in one of the cars and passengers are invited to join for free. i was dead. i guess i still celebrated in einstein's birthday honor his contribution to the country a member of the early zionist movement. i extend this one had its hebrew university and the creatures intellectual property to the institution. besides the senate race series the unique way to reach out to the and allow them to experience firsthand the benefits of research and education. in the top of the investigation published book that i give on debate india is expected to visit the wedding she is going on for automobiles. i can teach me. and i watched it all off i met up with the font was thinking that if the setup is called upon to that spot kick by two thou
NBC
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
the memorial service in jerusalem. vice president joe biden led the delegation. >>> federal rail officials will install cameras on passenger trains nationwide in an effort to improve passenger safety. under the plan, one set of cameras would keep an eye on the crew, another set would face the tracks. installation could begin this year. four people were killed and 67 injured when the commuter train derailed in new york last month. officials say the train's engineer dozed off shortly before that accident. >>> and a daredevil's dangerous move getting lots of attention online. bmx rider matt olson pulled off a stunt at the 7th street bridge in ft. worth, texas. riding up and down the arches from beginning to end. olson says he only had one shot, certainly did and he nailed it. the pro stunt rider has entertained crowds at nba games and state fairs. he has, over the course of his career, suffered 13 concussions, three knee surgeries, ruptured a spleen and as you can see there by that grin, plenty of teeth knocked out seven times. that's a mug for sure. >> funny till he lands on your car on the
CBS
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
in jerusalem today. sharon was remembered as a fearless general and bold political leader. vice president joe biden said sharon had an unwavering commitment to israel's security. sharon died saturday after eight years in a coma following a stroke. he was 85 years old. >>> the clock is ticking this morning on a new deal with iran over its nuclear program. the six-month interim agreement starts next monday. iran promises to limit its nuclear effort and dilute its highly enriched uranium. in exchange the united states and other world power also start to loosen economic sanctions. next month negotiators will reportedly start work on a final agreement. it could take effect in june. >>> this morning, "american hustle" is one of the clear front-runners for the oscar race. it won big at last night's golden globe award, as nancy o'dell shows us. the ceremony brought plenty of surprises. >> where's the envelope? >> reporter: the golden globes have been known for the fun and spontaneity. last night, they went a little littlelittle little haywire. jacqueline bisette was overcome with e
FOX
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
in jerusalem. now, vice president joe biden there is representing the united states. he spoke at the memorial ceremony saying he had known ariel sharon for 30 years. >> when a close-knit country like israel, a country that's been tested as much as israel loses a man like prim that dam dam prime minister sharon -- like prime minister sharon, it doesn't feel just like the loss of a leader. it feels like a death in the gael. >> sharon died saturday at the age of 85 after being in a coma for eight years. >>> today in vatican city, pope francis delivered his first state of the world address. he mostly talked about the middle east, calling for an end to the conflict in syria and for the first time publicly he sternly spoke out against abortion. the romeable catholic church has criticized the church in recent months for not forcefully addressing the issue in some of his past interviews. >>> today, survivors of the costa concordia are marcking the second -- marking the second anniversary of the deadly grounding. the crew capsized after hitting a reef killing 32 people on board. the ship's captain is
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am PST
their respects to the former prime minister. a state funeral outside of israel's parliament building in jerusalem honoring him as a quote, statesman and soldier who dedicated his life to the survival of israel. charron's final resting place will be at his family ranch in southern israel. he died on saturday after more than eight years in a coma. he was 85. martha: so the controversial deal on iran's nukes set to take effect one week from today but critics are saying that the white house gave up too much in this deal. and now the senate is pushing for even more sanctions against iran. the white house is pushing back on that. saying, quote, imposing additional sanctions now will only risk derailing our efforts to resolve this issue peacefully. i will veto any legislation enacting new sanctions during the negotiations. those are strong words from president obama on this. wyoming republican senator john barrasso is the cosponsor of this bill and he joins me now. senator, welcome, good to have you here. the president is in a tough spot on this, he went out there and john kerry went out there and negot
NBC
Jan 13, 2014 4:30am PST
of world leaders paying tribute to ariel sharon at a state memorial ceremony in jerusalem. among the speakers vice president joe biden who describes sharon as an indomitable and complex man. he referred to the united states unflagging commitment. dennis rodman is apologizing for not being able to help an american missionary detained in north korea during his trip there. following the week-long trip rodman told media she sorry he couldn't do anything and it wasn't his fault. rodman led a squad of retired nba players to north korea to play a game celebrating the birthday of his friend kim jong-un. rodman apologized for statements about kenneth bae detained more than a year. >> target's ceo speaking out since the security breach that affected tens of millions of people. he spoke to cnbc. seema mody live this morning with details on that and wall street has a slow start so far. good morning. >> that's right. futures lower after the markets had a muted response to friday's jobs report which showed fewer jobs created in december than expected. however, the unemployment rate dropped to
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 7:02am EST
khamenei that there should be a cease-fire and he said no. we should continue until we liberate jerusalem. there followed six more years of stalemate at the cost of hundreds of thousands of people, and finally in 1988, ayatollah khamenei and got up with mandates that i accept the cease-fire. the question is anything in our quiver of arrows, equivalent to having the supreme leader, drink from the chalice of poison. it's an open question. i'm not saying diplomacy doesn't work but it's a very tricky business. one last question. >> you kind of touched on this briefly but i was one if you go into more detail about engaging with the actors in rogue states that actually have the power to make decisions as opposed to an iranian foreign minister or because your for north korea who may be able to convey a certain message but don't have the power to say yes or no. >> asked and answered but it's one of those issues, i would negotiating with the right people, why, when the defense minister goes to tehran destiny with the supreme leader, but we make headlines when william burns meets in geneva with the
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am EST
house has sent vice president joe biden to jerusalem for the funeral of the late israeli leader arial sharon. and the president's team is closely watching the supreme court to watch the argument over recess appointments and whether they are constitutional. want to get your thoughts on whether the president can make recess appointments, under what conditions are the , if the court gears up to hear arguments today. here are the numbers to call. host: if not by phone you can @cspanwj, on twitter, facebook, and e-mail. " covershow "the hill the story. "nothing less than the boundaries of executive power are at stake monday as the supreme court considers whether president obama violated the constitution during his first term. oral arguments slated for monday will center on a trio of recess appointments to the national labor relations board. if they uphold the decision, experts say that the justices could endanger hundreds of nlrb decisions. even more significant other ramifications for feature presidents, the court poised to bolster or blended the chief executives appointment powers. 'ruli
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am EST
today in jerusalem during a state ceremony outside the israeli parliament. the memorial was attended by current israeli prime minister netanyahu, a one time foe of sharon and joe biden on hand calling sharon a complex man who put his country first. >> ariel sharon was not only loved by the jewish people and he not only loved them as the jewish people but he loved the land of israel. >> reporter: sharon's body will then begin a procession from jerusalem to his ranch in southern israel and casket accompanied by 8 defense force general and at 7:00 eastern time, under an hour from now sharon will be buried in a military military setting and mourners have gathered for his funeral and nick, good morning. >> good morning stephanie. you can see behind me where sharon will be buried as you said in just about an hour. from that memorial service you heard so much emotion and so many people thanking this man who more than ever defined the israeli state and defined its borders. you heard from joe biden talking about how sharon loved the land and from the president saying that sharon cultivated t
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am EST
out. the white house has sent vice president joe biden to jerusalem
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 3:00am PST
following a stroke. leaders around the world gathered in jerusalem for his state funeral. vice president joe biden gave a touching tribute to the man nicknamed the king of israeli. >> he had a north star that guided him. a north star from which he never, in my observation, never deviated. his north star was the survival of the state of israel and the jewish people, wherever they reside. >> joe biden this morning in jerusalem. >>> the los angeles time five cardinals. ten of his selections come from latin america, the caribbean, asia and africa. the pontiff focused on appointing religious leaders from haiti. >>> from our parade of papers. charleston gazette. nine counties in west virginia remain under a state of emergency this morning with 300,000 residents banned from using tap water. governor tomlin says there is light at the end of the tunnel after a series of tests show the condition is improving. the water crisis comes after thousands of gallons contaminated the water supply last week. no timetable when the ban will be lifted. >>> each year, school violence lands 90,000 students in emerge
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 2:00am PST
to jerusalem to say their good-byes. ben wedeman is in jerusalem for us this morning. good morning, ben. set the scene for us. >> reporter: yes, john, it was a very solemn ceremony, the courtyard of the israeli kinset. the parliament attended by 90-year-old president shimon peres, benjamin netanyahu and tony blair, former british prime minister, and joe biden, who has known, in fact, ariel sharon for decades, and he said that when looking at the death of ariel sharon, for israelis, which israel is a fairly small country, it is a matter that is fundamentally personal. >> when a close-knit country like israel, a country that has been tested as much as israel, loses a man like prime minister sharon, it doesn't just feel like the loss of a leader. it feels like a death in the family. >> reporter: and that's what we heard yesterday when we spoke to many well-wishers who came to leave flowers, light candles at the kineset. many israelis who remember him as a comrade in the army, as a commander, as a leader of their country, very personal recollections for a man, yes, with a controversial backgroun
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 3:00am EST
in exchange for an easing of sanctions. >> a state service for ariel sharon has begun in jerusalem. it's being held in the plaza outside the knesset. shimon peres delivered a eulogy. tom ackerman is live in jerusalem. what is being said about this? well, this - you are hearing the concluding remarks of u.s. vice president joe biden who is describe his personal acquaintance with ariel sharon, as well as the relations with the united states, the importance of u.s. relations with israel, that ariel sharon had placed great importance upon, and also he mentioned the fact that there were profound political differences betweenize ral and the united states. but bomb om line, his statement that america is committing to the security of israel, unquestionably, and also at the same time calling - recalling instances in which what he called the political courage of aerial ariel sharon providing an example of what might be possibility in the middle east. earlier prime minister binyamin netanyahu in his yulo any -- yulolgy made reference to his feelings that the challenge of iran at its nuclear program is th
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 2:30am EST
thanks for watching we will leave you with a live look at the people in jerusalem giving a final farewell to ariel sharon. >> hello, i am richard. you are at the "listening post." how bad have things grown for the media in egypt? even this puppet is accused of dealing in muslim brotherhood propaganda. daggers drawn in turkey between the prime minister and journalists trying to get to the bottom of a political scandal. imagery and the career ending implications for proceed if he wassal photo journal accidents. -- journalists. when egypt's military-backed government designated the miss lim brotherhood a terrorist organization last month, it broad ended the authority to move against the group. the decree also has serious implications for journalists because now, covering the muslim brotherhood has become a minefield for the media. this channel has come under increased pressure with three al jazeera journalists in detention accused of communicating with members of a terrorist organization and spreading lies harmful to the state. they join two of their colleagues from al jazeera's ara
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 2:00am EST
in jerusalem. our reporter on the ground is listening in and we will bring any breaking news after this break he -- after this break. >> they have all played out on the campus, the state of israel's historic trajectory. ♪ >> welcome back to "on the move ." here are some companies on the move. catel-il lucent -- al lucent is said to be in talks to sell its enterprise unit. a sale would allow them to focus on more profitable network contracts. it would also bring the ceo closer to their goal of eurosting one billion from acid disposals by 2015. heinz has named a new president of its north american division. he is the third in seven months. the second management shakeup by berkshire hathaway. outsold general motors in china for the first time in nine years. largestes europe's carmaker the lead among foreign automakers in the world's largest car market. germany's biggest retailer, metro, reported revenue this morning. hans nichols is all over the numbers from berlin. a little bit of a disappointment today. >> a little bit of a disappointment in metro. these numbers are so interesting. it is the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 2:00am EST
grocery store on the south side 15 years ago after moving from jerusalem. for the first time now he is considering closing shop for good, a move putting him and his employees out of work. >> maybe i go to work like stock boy to survive. i have family. i need to find something. >> david's store, like the vast majority accepts the lake cards, which provides snap benefits. the majority of his customers are snap recipients. in november an end to money earmarked for the snap program meant benefits returned to 2009 levels. that's less than recipients got for the past few years. david noticed a difference right away. >> customers made more shopping for the kids, produce and fresh meet. now it's down and down. they buy only a little of what they need. >> i hope that they will get back in trees, snare a little more. >> snap recipients may see benefits cut more. congress is nearing agreement on a new bill, meaning an average snap cup. >> i'll buy cheaper items, not overspend. things like that. >> how tough is it? >> well, when you are not working, it's tough. >> they can pray for better days
FOX News
Jan 12, 2014 11:00pm PST
ariel sharon. we'll have a live report from jerusalem. >>> then, 50 years after president lyndon johnson declared a war on poverty, both parties are refocusing their sights on inequality. >> we've got to make sure this recovery, which is real, leaves nobody behind. >> the current government programs that are designed to address poverty, they do not help people emerge from it. they do not help people rise above it. >> we'll examine competing visions with republican congressman steve southerland of florida and chris van holland of maryland. >>> al qaeda's reemergence in the middle east leads to criticism of president obama's handling of the war in iraq. we'll discuss the state of the region with senators state inhoff and ben cardin. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> hello again from fox news in washington. it has been a wild week in politics. lawmakers back on capitol hill and back to old habits. squabbling now over extending unemployment benefits. the white house caught in a firestorm over excerpts from former defense secretary robert gates's new memoir that casts key members of the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 11:00pm EST
drop in business. david sayed opened up his grocery store 15 years ago after moving from jerusalem. he is seriously considering closing shop for good a move that would put him and his employees to work? >> maybe i go to work as a sack boy. i have family. i need to find something. >> david's store like the vast majority accepts the link cards which provides snap benefits. the vast majority of his customers are snap recipients. in november, an end to stimulus money earmarked for the snap. about 20 to $40 less each month than recipients had been getting for t for the past few years. david noticed a difference right away. the customers try to make more shopping for their their kids, more produce, more fresh meat. now, unfortunately, it's down and down. they buy only what they little bit need, you know. >> 6.97. >> i hope that they will send an increase, snap, a little bit more for the family. >> snap recipients like del finia shannon may see benefits cut more. congress is nearing an agreement which would mean an average snap cut of another 20 to $40 per month. >> make sure i don't overspen
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 10:00pm EST
to former prime minister ariel sharon in jerusalem. tomorrow, after a state memorial service, he'll be buried at his home in southern israel next to his late wife. >> those are the headlines "talk to al jazeera" is next on al jazeera america. >> he is a 30-year-old street artist plastering the world with his art. in new york a photo booth was put up and portraits of new yorkers and their visitors were pasted on the floor. why? it was part of the j.r.'s "inside out" project, a world-wide million dollar art endeavourer allowing anyone to upload a portrait, printed out by the artist and pasted to draw attention. j.r. won the ted prize helping him with this process. j.r. is the name of a photographer whose identity is semie anonymous. he calls himself a guerilla artist. he got his start after finding a camera in a paris subway. his photos have been displayed in unusual places. along the barrier dividing israelis and palestinians, in the slums of kenya and shan'ty towns of brazil. i caught up with him at his studio in new york. >> j.r. good to meet you. nice to meet you. >> what a pl
PBS
Jan 12, 2014 7:00pm PST
lying in state outside the parliament building in jerusalem is a bawdy trait in the moonlight national flag will be buried on monday. i cut some absentee i have school. as i kneel jenny to the knesset israel's current urging of former prime minister and the cool thing about ariel sharon was carried through the grounds of the parliament building. i mean states. tons of on listening to him. while it is rainy officials paint then announced respects. amongst them in sharon's success and former prime minister and he don't last. he was casey fun age by president shimon peres today jimmy knew the flag draped coffin. outside thousands of israelis weight seems to be chuan farewell meanwhile on sunday and the weekly cabinet meeting israel's prime minister pages tributes to them and to reshape the middle east. i believe that his memory as one of them all said standing lasers. daring commanders would remain in the heights of the israeli people for eternity. chevron and died at the age of eighteen five on saturday lj is unique in the coals by a streaky some friends and the pinnacle of his political
CBS
Jan 12, 2014 5:30pm PST
tonight. his body is lying in state in jerusalem and people are waiting. help spent 8 years in a coma after following a massive stroke. he'll be laid to rest at his ranch in the desert. >>> pope francis baptized 32 babies inside the sisteen chapel. today the roman catholics celebrate the baptism of jesus. >>> the man who says he injected alex rodriguez with performance enhancing drugs is on 60 minutes tonight. it was his testimony that led to the yankee slugger being suspended for an entire season. he tells scott pelly what he did for rodriguez. >> he gave us all the specifics about a doping program that he claimed he designed and administered for rodriguez including testosterne, human growth hormone and other banned substances, a total of six in all. >> you can see the entire interview on 60 minutes to night. >>> bad boy singer justin beiber is in trouble again. what he's accused of doing that could land him in court and maybe jail time. >>> what brought down this kondo under construction? ,,,,,,,, nervous nominees gathered aa west hollywood steak- house brunch. >>> the golden globe
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 8:00pm EST
on the south side neighbour hood 15 years ago part of moving from jerusalem. he is considering closing for good, a move putting him and his four employees out of work. >> maybe i go to work like stock boy to survive. i have family. i need to find something. >> david's store, like the vast majority, accepts the link cards providing snap benefits. the vast majority of his customers are snap recipients. an end to stimulus money earmarked to the program meant benefits returned to 2009 levels, about $20 to $40 less than recipients had been getting for the past few years. david noticed a difference. >> all the customers tried to make more shopping. unfortunately, it's down and down. they buy only what they - what little they need. i hope that they send - get back. they snap a little more for the family. >> snap recipients may see the benefits. it could mean of cut of $20 to $30. >> how tough is it? >> when you are not working it's tough. >> her church pasta is worried about the domino effect. >> there are other people in the family, in the community. now they have to do things. crime will go up. they
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 7:00pm EST
to ariel sharon in jerusalem. after a state memorial sharpe will be buried next to his late wife. >> officials are going over test results from a chemical spill in west virginia. tap water is unsafe for hundreds of thousands. four have been hospitalized. a rising number of deaths have been reported as the flu takes its toll. 2600 have been hospitalized. this year's strain of h1n1 is tough on healthy adults. >> the law-maker investigating the traffic jam scandal says a crime was committed by the top eyed. >> orders to shut down the traffic lain caused hours of delay. those are the headlines. "talk to al jazeera" is next on al jazeera america. >> he is a 30-year-old street artist plastering the world with his art. in new york a photo booth was put up and portraits of new yorkers and their visitors were pasted on the floor. why? it was part of the j.r.'s "inside out" project, a world-wide million dollar art endeavourer allowing anyone to upload a portrait, printed out by the artist and pasted to draw attention. j.r. won the ted prize helping him with this process. j.r. is the name
FOX News
Jan 12, 2014 4:00pm PST
by the 20th. >> thank you. >>> thuns of israelis streaming past the parliament building in jerusalem to pay their respects to former prime minister ariel sharon. memorial services and a funeral are scheduled for tomorrow. joe biden will lead a u.s. delegation to those. sharon is remembered as a man who helped reshape the middle east. conor powell with more from jerusalem. >> with flagged at half-staff, israel mourned the loss of ariel sharon today. his coffin laid in state in front of israel's parliament building. crowds paid tributes to the legendary former general and foreign minister who died yesterday. he leaves a mixed legacy. he's hailed at a great defender of israel and a military genius, but he also resigned in shame after hundreds of palestinians were killed by israel's christian allies in lebanon following the 1982 war. and despite being an early supporter of the movement to build israeli settlements in the palestinian territories, sharon as prime minister did an about face, championing the disengagement of gaza in august 2005. supporters and opponents describe him as a man who wa
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 6:00pm EST
rooms complaining of nausea >> israelis pay their last respects for ariel sharon in jerusalem. after a state memorial service ariel sharon will be buried at his home in southern israel, next to his late wife. >> iran and six world powers agreed on a progress to rolling back the nuclear program. it begins on 20th january. >> the u.s. government named two libyan groups as terrorist organizations for their suspected roll in the benghazi attack. it's the first time the u.s. government publicly pointed a finger at who was responsible. they are saying the groups are not affiliated with al qaeda. >> the attacked killed chris stephens, a u.s. ambassador. >> thank you for being with us, david, here to help us understand the significance of the information. it's been two years since the attack. why now? >> it's a good question the the u.s. is saying that the groups are not linked to al-qaeda. all politics is local. this is the debate about did al qaeda carry out the attack in benghazi or was it the local groups. the administration maintains it was locals. republicans are not buying it. >> why
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 5:00pm EST
to ariel sharon in jerusalem. after a state memorial service he'll be buried in southern israel next to his late wife. >> anti-government protesters in thailand blocked intersections in bangkok. the government, which is claimed to be corrupt, is being urged to step down. >> frustration grose for thousands in west virginia, spending their fourth day without running water. no word on when tap water will be returned to 300,000 people. dozens have gone to emergency rooms, four have been hospitalized. those are the headlines this sunday. "america tonight" weekend is next on al jazeera america. >> even, i'm joie chen, you are watching "america tonight," the weekend edition. tonight we consider the haves, the have not and how it seems that the haves are getting it over on the have not. this week the justice department announced a settlement with a mortgage banking giant taylor b whitaker and home mortgage merc. they agreed to pay the government $320 million but did not admit no loan violation and kickbacks. the settlement is cold comfort. they are both belly up and bankrupt. in "america tonight" i
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 4:00pm EST
him too early. >> in another part of jerusalem, near the separation wall that split the city, arab relatives had a negative assessment of the legacy. >> after the wall has been built, it's working on 20%. it should be working five times what it's working now. >> on monday officials will deliver ooul onlyies to ariel sharon, among those attending vice president joe biden, and tony blair, heading the middle eastern negotiation quartet. then ariel sharon will be taken to his resting place, a grave site beside his wife, on the family farm in the south of israel. >> earlier we spoke over the phone to a former senior advisor to ariel sharon from the midg 90s, and raanan gissan gave us an indication of what israel would have looked like. >> israel would have been different. he would have returned to office. i think you would see greater progress in the relationship betweenst -- between israel and the palestinians. as the prime minister, they would have reached a full scale peace agreement with the palestinian. i believe that the whole process and understanding of the issue would have bee
FOX News
Jan 12, 2014 12:30pm PST
ariel sharon. sharon's coffin now lies in state at the israeli parliament building in jerusalem. vice president joe biden is set to lead the american delegation attending the state funeral. sharon died yesterday after spending eight years in a coma following a massive stroke. he was 85 years old. >>> wet wintry weather from coast to coast while snow and rain may be heading out of the northwest and the great lakes. some slick conditions could cause problems in the east coast for monday's big commute. meteorologist janet dean is live in the extreme weather center with the latest. >> hi, gregg. let's look at i. quiet for now but yes, we have another storm system that will wreak havoc on the eastern sea board monday into tuesday. for now we'll appreciate the quiet. we do have some lake effect snow bands across erie and ontario. then this is our weather maker across the west. we're seeing upwards of three feet of snow in the cascades and the northern rockies as well as rain and wind which will start to dissipate throughout the day into tomorrow. we still have winter weather advisories for
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 2:30pm EST
-to-face with the assad government, on sunday they paid respects to sharon in jerusalem and be buried tomorrow next to his late
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 2:00pm EST
in addressing all of the issues foremost among which are the issue of the border, jerusalem settlements, security and the release of palestinian prisoners. we have also asserted that the peace process is the shortest and most effective way to achieving stability in the region. the question is the key of peace security in the middle east region and it cannot be implemented except with the full israeli withdraw and the establishment of a palestinian state with full sovereignty with jerusalem as its capitol. we would also like to stress the arab commitment to a lasting peace. there is no doubt that there are difficulties and obstacles facing us and the israeli government should therefore stop all settlement activities and should also give the peace efforts a chance to succeed so in order to reach a lasting settlement. we also warn against the repercussions of continued israeli practices that would hinder such progress. the ultimate goal of everyone is to reach a comprehensive peace and a lasting peace that would achieve peace. this is the initiatives that we have launched. and these are th
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 171 (some duplicates have been removed)